Light Globes


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Carbon Filament Globes: Transporting you to the charm of a bygone era, carbon filament globes, also known as Edison bulbs, exude a vintage allure reminiscent of Thomas Edison's pioneering lamps. Emitting a gentle, warm glow, they effortlessly cultivate an inviting ambiance, making them a favoured option for restaurants, bars, cafes, and households alike. With a range of filament designs such as quad loops, spirals, and squirrel cages, these globes offer a delightful array of choices.


CFL Globes: The compact fluorescent lamps (CFL bulbs) are an innovative twist on conventional fluorescent technology. Engineered as a superior energy-saving alternative to traditional incandescent lighting, CFLs were specifically crafted for enhanced efficiency. With their unique spiral design, these bulbs effortlessly secure into medium base sockets by twisting them in, distinguishing themselves from elongated tube counterparts and earning the name 'compact'.


Heat Lamps: Heat lamps serve as incandescent light fixtures designed primarily to emit a concentrated heat source, while also offering illumination. They find widespread usage in spaces such as showers and bathrooms, known for their colder temperatures, especially during winter. The key benefit of heat lamps in these areas lies in their ability to deliver rapid and radiant warmth, coupled with their cost-effectiveness for shorter durations of use.


LED Globes: LED stands for Light Emitting Diode, also known as LEDs or LED chips. LED globes are engineered to seamlessly fit into existing halogen sockets, allowing for effortless replacement by merely swapping out the globes. This offers a straightforward and user-friendly do-it-yourself (DIY) solution. LED globes are meticulously designed to replicate the shape and functionality of conventional incandescent or compact fluorescent (CFL) globes, while delivering the added benefits of energy efficiency and long-lasting performance.


Rangehood Globes: A rangehood globe is a light bulb that is specifically created for the purpose of being used in rangehoods. These bulbs are typically compact in size, built to be sturdy, and capable of enduring high levels of heat and resistance to grease. Rangehood globes are specifically engineered to withstand the elevated temperatures and demanding cooking conditions commonly encountered in kitchen hoods.


Smart Light Bulbs: This innovative lighting solution enables wireless connectivity, allowing you to control it effortlessly through your smartphone, tablet, or voice commands. These bulbs are embedded with advanced technology like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or Zigbee, enabling seamless communication with other devices and integration into your smart home setup. With a range of features and functionalities, smart light bulbs offer adjustable brightness, the ability to change colors, convenient scheduling, and compatibility with popular voice assistants such as Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant. Enhancing your lifestyle, they provide the perfect blend of convenience, energy efficiency, and the freedom to personalize lighting settings to create the desired ambiance in any room.


Specialty Light Globes: A specialty light globe refers to a specialized type of light bulb specifically designed for use in kitchen appliances such as range hoods, microwaves, and ovens. These globes are engineered to withstand higher temperatures and vibrations commonly encountered in cooking environments. They typically feature heat-resistant materials and enhanced durability to ensure safe and reliable operation within these specific appliances. Additionally, specialty light globes often incorporate advanced lighting technologies, such as LED or halogen, to provide optimal brightness and illumination for cooking tasks.




B15 (SBC):

B15 globes are globes that utilize a B15 Small Bayonet Cap lamp base. The B15 bayonet base is installed by using a push and twist action. The B15 bulb base is similar to the B22 but in a smaller size.

B22 (BC):

The B22, commonly known as Bayonet Cap 22, a timeless Bayonet base designed to accommodate bulbs with a 22mm diameter cap. These Bayonet Cap bases, also known as BC bases, feature two protruding segments on either side of the bulb base for secure fitting.

E14 (SES):


The E14 bulb bases, also known as Small Edison Screw (SES) bulbs, are a key part of the Edison Screw globe base family. These bulbs have threaded metal bases, so they easily screw into their matching fixtures, which is how they got their perfect name. They're totally the go-to choice for lighting fixtures all over Australia, super popular and loved by many.

E27 (ES):

Similar to E14 bulb bases, E27 light bulbs belong to the Edison Screw family, but they come with larger 27mm fitting sizes. Widely adopted as the present standard for sizeable mains voltage light fittings, E27 bulbs find their place in numerous lighting fixtures, serving as the primary lighting solution for various rooms.


The GU10 bulbs, also famous as PAR16, hailing from the Glass Type bulb base clan. What sets them apart from their G9 relatives are the two short, square-ish pins protruding from their bases, coupled with a u-shaped ceramic base mount. Take note that the gap between the middle parts of these pins measures 10mm, giving birth to the name GU10.

You'll spot these bulbs in action for intense directional lighting, making them a go-to choice for downlights and spotlights. Fondly known as "spotlight globes" in layman's terms, they're a common sight brightening up kitchens, hallways, gardens, and garages.


MR16 lights share a striking resemblance with GU10 bulbs, both in terms of their bases and applications. In fact, they go by another name, GU5.3 bulbs, which refers to the 5.3mm spacing between their protruding segments. Just like the GU10, MR16 bulbs have earned their reputation as impressive spotlight globes. The secret lies in their multi-faceted reflectors, which deftly control beam intensity and direction for precision lighting.

But here's the key difference: MR16 boasts two thin pins on its base instead of rectangle-like ones, so it's essential not to mix them up. Oh, and there's more – while most GU10 bulbs operate at 240 volts, MR16 light bulbs only need a low 12 volts to shine brightly.


The R7S bulb base, which boasts ceramic ends and a 7mm diameter contact point. You can easily find them on linear halogen lamps and LED retrofit equivalents.


The G4 light bulb features a bi-pin base and operates on a low-voltage power supply. The term "G4" refers to its base having two pins with a 4-millimeter gap width between them (center to center). These adaptable bulbs are the perfect choice for spaces where size matters. 



In the past, G9 bulbs earned the name "Glass Type 9" because they were originally crafted from glass. However, with advancements in technology, G9 bulbs and other Glass Type bulbs are no longer limited to this material. Instead, when people now refer to Glass Type bulbs, they picture bulbs with two pins on their bases.

Specifically, G9 bulbs feature two looped pins at the bottom of their caps, and the number 9 indicates the 9mm distance between the centers of these pins. Thanks to their compact fitting size, these bulbs are popular choices for decorative and under-cabinet lighting applications.




Before use, ensure that your light bulb is dimmable. Dimmable light bulbs are compatible with both dimmable and non-dimmable circuits. However, non-dimmable light bulbs won't function properly on a dimmable circuit. To check if a bulb is dimmable, refer to the information on the product packaging or our product listing pages.




In each room of your home, achieving the right ambiance with lighting is essential.


Even though these subtle considerations might seem insignificant, they can make a significant impact.


Light globes have a range of colour temperatures, from warm, reddish tones to cool, bluish tones.


The three main colour temperature types for light globes are Warm White (between 2000K-3000K), Cool White (4000K), and Daylight (between 5000K and 6500K).


Choosing the best colour temperature is a matter of personal preference, but here are some guidelines to help you:


Warm White light globes emit a yellowish, candle-like glow. A 2400K light globe will be slightly more candle-like, while a 3000K light globe will maintain a warm and inviting atmosphere with a touch more brightness. These light globes work well in lounge rooms and bedrooms.


Cool White light globes provide a neutral light, neither leaning too much towards reddish nor bluish tones. They are perfect for kitchens, garages, and workspaces.


Daylight (between 5000K and 6500K) has the coolest colour temperature with bluer tones, which can sometimes feel a bit harsh. However, they are often an excellent choice for bathrooms where high-quality lighting is necessary.




The brightness of a light source is measured in lumens, representing the total amount of emitted light, while wattage indicates its energy consumption. Thanks to energy-efficient advancements, the same level of brightness can now be attained with lower wattages. When swapping an incandescent bulb for an LED, it's essential to compare lumens rather than wattage to ensure consistent brightness. Therefore, to gauge a bulb's brightness accurately, pay attention to the lumens it offers.